English Weekly Book5 Comprehensive Ability Evaluation Test Questions (1) Answer

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  1. BOOK 5 Comprehensive Capability Evaluation Test Questions (1) Reference answer and partial analysis
    Reference answer
    [Reference answer]
    1-5 Cabda 6-10 DABDA
    11-15 CADAA 16-20 BCDDC
    21-25 BACBD 26-30 ACDBB
    31-35 DACDC 36-40 ABDBA
    41-45 CDDAC 46-50 BBCAD
    51-55 GCFDA
    56. 4.
    57. HIS FACE and LEFT HAND GOT ​​BURNT.
    58. To get some help.
    59. By account.
    60. The short article is wrong:
    61. … Mark Saw a Girl Laying … laying → lying
    62. … obviously knocking down … knocking → knocked
    63. Without the secrets. .. The → a
    64. Although he was trying to … Although → while / when
    65. … another car came toward us. US → them
    66. no time … have → had
    67. The Car Driver too oven … Remove Over
    68. … Nothing Seriously … Seriously → Serious
    69. What Mark did have inspired … have → have
    70. Only in this way we make … before we plus Can
    one Possible Version:
    DEAR EDITOR,
    I Learned that you are you are looking for an English editor. I’m writing to apply for this position.rnI have a good command of both written and spoken English. Besides, I have good computer skills, which play an important role in editing. More , I have groat patience and a strong sense of. As we all know, editing is hard work that inf. theretern The channel. Thank you.
    your sincerely,
    Li hua

    [Partial analysis]
    Single item filling blanks:
    1. C. Tell and Frank are logically moving relationships, and the action that Tell represents occurs before the predicate action, so it is selected.
    2. A. In the adverbial clause, it is commonly used to complete the future in the future.
    3. b. “Each member of our team performed very well” and “we lost the game” is a concession relationship, so I chose Thought.
    4. D. To set the empty place to guide non -restricted attributive clauses to refer to the content of the entire main sentence, so choose Whit.
    5. A. In favour of is a fixed match, which means “agreeing, support”; have an effect on is a fixed match, which means “right … influence”.
    6. D. One of the expression of multiple: multiple as adjective as ….
    7. A. After Hate, the verb -ind form is an object, and the logical relationship between Mr. Wang and Interrupt is selected.
    8. b. Title: This product is developed by the needs of many customers. In Response to means “as a response”.
    9. D. When SUGGEST is a “suggestion”, the subsequent objects must be used in the sentence, which is called “Should verb”.
    10. A. From the “I don’t care about Andrew” in the following sentence, it can be seen that so what (how about) is in line with the intention.
    Filling the blanks:
    Topic: School life
    This is a discussion text. The author elaborates his point in the text: the school should allow students to go out to enjoy lunch.
    11. C. The two sentences in the air are the turning relationship, so fill in however.
    12. A. It can be seen from the content of this paragraph that this is the lunch provided by the schools that students must “eat (EAT)”.
    13. D. It can be seen that the full text is that this article tells that the school should allow students to enjoy lunch outside the school. Combined with The School Should Let Students Go Outside for Lunch, it should be filled in Allowing.
    14. A. From the following, The Money Saved For … Sports Equipment or New Books can be seen that the money saved can be used to “support” more school projects.
    15. A. It can be seen from the School Lunches are by that by the government, so the school lunch is subsidized by the government, so it will be sold “cheaply”.
    16. B. It can be seen from the above content that this is talking about the school’s “lunch” subsidy project.
    17. C. From the following Sports Equipment or New Books, it can be seen that schools can use the “different (different (different” things “such as sports equipment or books.
    18. D. From the above If Students Are Able to Have Lunch Outside of the School, it can be seen that if students can go out to enjoy lunch, they will get more “experience ()” and will understand this real world more.
    19. D. If the students lined up in the school cafeteria every day, they did not have the “CHANCE” into a broader society.
    20. C. Students should know what problems they face when they live independently, “especially ()” those who are about to graduate.
    21. B. Dining out to make them “understand (Learn)” outside the world.
    22. A. This paragraph mainly tells the importance of the school’s trust in the school, so fill in Important.
    23. C. The Teens Race Outside and Back to School at the Expected Time can be seen that students should have enough trust, that is, they will return “Return” on time after eating.
    24. B. From the following They ’res that something … Might Happy to Children can see that the reason why the school leaders make children stay in school because they are worried about their safety, so fill in Safe.
    25. D. It can be seen from the relevant content above that here is “unexpected ()”.
    26. A. It can be seen from if teens race … at the exten table that the peak lunch period may be “dangerous”.
    27. C. The students are now “big”, and they can be responsible for their actions.
    28. D. Here is the importance of children’s understanding of the “follow (follow)” traffic rules.
    29. B. It can be seen that this paragraph is the conclusion part of the article, so fill in the short here.
    30. B. Allow students to enjoy lunch for students a sense of “freedom”.
    Reading comprehension:
    a (school life)
    This is the application text. The article is a suggestion written by a student. He hopes to change this year’s spring tour to the World Botanical Garden.
    31. D. Details understanding questions. The content of the second paragraph of the article Many Seventh-Grade Studers Have Alream Visited the History Museum … We have enjoyed the exhibits … It is not recommended that the main reason why many seventh grades have been to the museum.
    32. A. Details understanding questions. From the Our Seventh-Grade Spring Field Trip … The New World Botanical Gardens and The Class Could Leave School at 8:00 A.M. AND … Return to School by 5:00 P.M. The trip to the World Botanical Garden is carried out during the day, so it is selected.
    33. C. Grand Masters. From the VISITING The Botanical Gardens Would Be An Ecity Field Trip, An Excellent Way Science Studies, help us a lot, etc., this paragraph is the reason for the benefits of the plants to the botanical garden. Essence
    34. D. Writing goal. From the Our Seventh-Grade Spring Field Trip … The New World Botanical Gardens and the Please Consider this request in the end … To the World Botanical Gardens, this letter mainly tells a seventh-year-old-year-old Students recommend changing this year’s spring tourist destination to the World Botanical Garden, so it is selected.
    B (Personal condition)
    This is narrative. The article mainly introduces us the famous figure in American history -Alfred Carlton Gilbert.
    35. C. Details understanding questions. Gilbert set up a sports club for his friends at the age of twelve; in 1900, he broke the world record of the lead; in 1907, he founded a company that produced magic toys; in 1908, he got it in 1908 The Gold Medal of the Olympic Games High Poor Jumping Project; in 1917, he successfully convinced the relevant departments to agree to the production and sales of children’s toys, so he chose item C.
    36. A. Inference judgment questions. It can be seen from the third paragraph that those government staff who tried to prohibit Gilbert at first tried to ban Gilbert’s production of children’s toys have greatly interested in his toys, which shows that Gilbert’s toys are not only attractive to children, but also fascinated by adults. So choose A.
    37. B. Inference judgment questions. From the Gilbert Broke the World Record … at the Olympic Games in 1908, it can be seen that he is a famous athlete; from the His Company Made and Sold the Sets and He HAD 150 PATENTS for His Many in the last paragraph, it can be known that He is also a businessman and inventor, so he chose item B.
    38. D. Title induction questions. This article mainly introduces us the famous figure in American history -Alfred Carlton Gilbert. He is a great athlete and a great children’s toy inventor. At the same time, he was also a well -known toy producer in history. Therefore, it is most appropriate to use D item content.
    c chapter (personal situation)
    This article is a narrative. The article mainly tells the story of a disabled girl going to self -confidence through her own strengths.
    39. B. Details understanding questions. It can be seen from the first paragraph that the author was invited to sing for everyone, and found that singing can make himself confident, so he chose item B.
    40. A. Inference judgment questions. From the THERE WAS A SUPPORT Group for Kids with in the second paragraph … To Just Sit Around and Complain All the time, it can be seen that the author and her friends set up a theater group to make some of them make them positive. Things, not sitting there blindly and complaining, so choose A.
    41. C. Inference judgment questions. From the BeCAUSE I’m Not used to having to having to having to having to having to having to having to having. Her life feels a little confused, so she thinks that college life will be a big challenge to herself, so I choose C Item.
    42. D. Inference judgment questions. It can be seen that the author can move towards confidence by discovering that he is good at singing. Therefore, item D saying best reflects the author’s writing intentions, that is, the author’s suggestion.
    D chapter (modern technology)
    This article is a explanation text. The article mainly introduces us a virtual electronic currency -Bitcoin.
    43. D. Details understanding questions. From the Being An Form of Currency, Bitcoins Are Digital and Virtual in the first paragraph, it can be seen that the statement of D is correct.
    44. A. Inference judgment questions. Bitcoins are digital and virtual in the first paragraph and the PeOPLE Compete to “MINE” Bitcoins USING Computer COMPLEX MATH PUZZLES in the second paragraph. Because Bitcoin is a virtual electronic currency, MINE is added here with dual quotes.
    45. C. Grand Masters. From the third paragraphs of Bitcoin, Bitcoins Are Stored in A “Digital Wallet” and Called “Bitcoin Exchanges” and other information, this paragraph mainly introduces how Bitcoin is traded, so it is selected.
    46. B. Inference judgment questions. From the last paragraph, the take this to heart: Its value is not back by anything real … Just Think Twice BeFore You Start Putcoins in your Virtual Wallet, the author believes that holding a large number of Bitcoin has a certain risk. item.
    e (entertainment)
    This article is an explanation text. The article is mainly introduced in the phenomenon of quietly emerging outdoor movies in the United States.
    47. B. Details understanding questions. From the Rosslyn Bid Really WATLE HAVE of Rosslyn … Outside of Being A Business Center in the third paragraph, The Rosslyn Bid hopes that the energy conservation of outdoor film will bring a new breath to the region of Rosslyn, that is:: In addition to being a business center, when people talk about Rosslyn, they will also think of some cultural and entertainment activities there, so they choose B.
    48. C. Grand Masters. This paragraph mainly introduces the Noma Summer Screen in the outdoor movie theater in The Noma Bid, so I choose C Item.
    49. A. Inference judgment questions. From the last paragraph, Stephen Bastas referred to, “We are doing pretty well … and it looks like we are going to,” it can be seen that he is optimistic about the prospects of outdoor movies, so he chooses A.
    50. D. Title induction questions. Outdoor movies are now quietly emerging, and the author introduces us, so it is most appropriate to use Outdoor Movies Win in the U.S..

    [Selected Questions Reference Answers and Analysis]
    [Reference Answer]
    1-5 CDBAC 6-10 BADCB
    11-15 ADBCA 16-20 DBCAD
    [Analysis]
    Filling the blanks:
    Topics: Society
    This is an explanation text. The article mainly introduces the daily etiquette of the British.
    1. C. From the above Showing for Others, we must consider it for others. Similarly, thank you for your “Kindness” that others give you.
    2. D. It can be seen from the where of when cutting into him, which means when you are “troudling” others.
    3. b. When you “pass” in front of others, say Excuse Me.
    4. A. It can be seen from the LIKE “May I Borrow Your Pen?” When you do not agree with the “Request” of others, you can use sorry instead of NO.
    5. C. It can be seen from the above Pardon? Here is what he said to let others say “Repeat”.
    6. b. From the following Sound Unusual in Britain, here is: abroad, NO, Please is very “common”.
    7. A. Yes, please and no, Thank You are used to reply to the help or service of “offer” by others.
    8. D. “I” gives you the trouble of “causion”.
    9. C. From the following Please Do n’t Bother, it is said that it is “refuse” others.
    10. B. It can be seen from the WHY You Can Do Without IT, and then you need to make a “explanation ()”.
    11. A. The front and back sentences here are hypothetical relationships, so fill in if.
    12. D. It can be seen from the IF IT is a Social Occasion, which is: if it is just a social party instead of the “formal” party.
    13. B. 14. C. From the IF You Arrive Before She is Quite Ready, the hostess is still “preparing for” for your arrival and you come in advance, then she will “restless ()”.
    15. A. 16. D. From if you Buy Her Something … A Bunch of Flowers, if you buy something for her, “especially ()” a bunch of flowers, the hostess will be very “pleased”.
    17. B. From the following SIT UP Straight, Copy Everyone Else, and Ask What to do, the British are very “serious” for the dining table etiquette.
    18. C. The table etiquette mentioned below is very important, so you have to “remelore”.
    19. A. From the ask what to do above, you can remember when you are “UNSURE”.
    20. D. It can be seen from the to STAY TOO LATE below that staying too late is a particularly “improper”.

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